1
Larry L Swette, Arthur E Griffith, Anthony B LaConti: Potential and diffusion controlled solid electrolyte sensor for continuous measurement of very low levels of transdermal alcohol. Giner, Hale and Dorr, August 31, 1999: US05944661 (253 worldwide citation)

A method for continuous tracking of blood alcohol, is comprised of 1) a potential- and diffusion-controlled electrochemical solid polymer electrolyte sensor that continuously and concurrently measures very low concentrations of ethanol vapor at the surface of the skin as well as skin properties such ...


2
Anthony B LaConti, Arthur E Griffith: Diffusion-type sensor cell containing sensing and counter electrodes in intimate contact with the same side of a proton-conducting membrane and method of use. Giner, A W Breiner, April 11, 1989: US04820386 (47 worldwide citation)

A fast response diffusion-type sensor cell for the detection of carbon monoxide and other oxidizable or reducible gases comprising a three-electrode hydrated proton-conducting membrane cell configuration, with all electrodes in intimate contact with the same proton-conducting membrane is described. ...


3
Anthony B LaConti, Arthur E Griffith, Cecelia C Cropley, John A Kosek: Titanium carbide bipolar plate for electrochemical devices. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Bradley W Smith, Mark P Dvorscak, William R Moser, July 4, 2000: US06083641 (3 worldwide citation)

A corrosion resistant, electrically conductive, non-porous bipolar plate is made from titanium carbide for use in an eletrochemical device. The process involves blending titanium carbide powder with a suitable binder material, and molding the mixture, at an elevated temperature and pressure.


4
Han Liu, Cortney K Mittelsteadt, Timothy J Norman, Arthur E Griffith, Anthony B LaConti: Solid polymer electrolyte composite membrane comprising a porous support and a solid polymer electrolyte including a dispersed reduced noble metal or noble metal oxide. Giner, Kriegsman & Kriegsman, February 24, 2015: US08962132

A solid polymer electrolyte composite membrane and method of manufacturing the same. According to one embodiment, the composite membrane comprises a thin, rigid, dimensionally-stable, non-electrically-conducting support, the support having a plurality of cylindrical, straight-through pores extending ...


5
Han Liu, Cortney K Mittelsteadt, Timothy J Norman, Arthur E Griffith, Anthony B LaConti: Solid polymer electrolyte composite membrane comprising a porous support and a solid polymer electrolyte including a dispersed reduced noble metal or noble metal oxide. May 5, 2011: US20110104474-A1

A solid polymer electrolyte composite membrane and method of manufacturing the same. According to one embodiment, the composite membrane comprises a thin, rigid, dimensionally-stable, non-electrically-conducting support, the support having a plurality of cylindrical, straight-through pores extending ...



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.